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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is CTAIMACAE better than other software on the market?

CTAIMACAE is the only software in the market that is developed, implemented and maintained by technicians in occupational risk prevention experts in CAE. This makes your granularity allow you to go down to the detail that your company needs and fully guarantee the fulfillment of Royal Decree 171/2004.

What are the licensing modalities?

The CTAIMACAE software is customizable, modular and scalable. This provides a lot of options to be able to respond to the whole typology of companies. As a result, our client portfolio is very heterogeneous. We serve small and medium-sized businesses and we also have among our customers a large number of leading companies in their production sectors. What unites all our clients is their intention to streamline and optimize their processes without losing the guarantee of legal fulfillment.

Do you have the capacity to ensure compliance with large accounts?

Absolutely. CTAIMACAE is the CAE software that has the greatest capacity to reach the detail in the configuration of its requirements precisely to be able to respond to companies with higher risks.

What sectors of activity are you specialized in?

CTAIMACAE has customers and users from all sectors of activity. Check out our Customer section and you can see which companies have already trusted us.

Can the software be customized to the needs of my company?

Completely. CTAIMACAE has several levels of service and hiring that make it the best integral solution CAE from the market.

This is the first time I have to upload documentació to CTAIMACAE, how do I access the platform?

A client of yours has asked you to upload documentation to the CTAIMACAE.com platform and you need a key to access. The only one that can give you a user and password is the company you work for. Please contact them to send you an email with that information

From CTAIMA we cannot grant or change usernames and/or passwords to our clients ' contractors.

What training should a construction health and safety coordinator have?

Royal Decree 1627/97 does not explicitly say the qualifications required to become the "competent technician" that the standard speaks.

What we do know are the obligations that this technician will have to face in a construction work and, always must make an interpretation or evaluation of the criteria of prevention, When the health and safety plan has to be altered. You should also plan the preventive action that will have to be carried out in situations of risk.

Need to know more? We recommend this reading: What training should a health and safety coordinator have?

How to do a correct business coordination in offices?

The law marks that the owner of the work Centre will have the obligation to guarantee for all companies, regardless of the space, characteristics or sector of activity the following questions:

  • A practical implementation consistent with the principles of preventive action of law 31/1995
  • A correct implementation of the working methods in cases of concurrence.
  • Firm Control of interactions between various activities that can be performed in the same workplace.
  • Preventive measures to the possible risks that may occur.

In other words, there is no exemption in terms of the legal fulfillment of the coordination of business activities for any sector or area of activity.

How to allocate preventive resources in case of concurrence?

CTAIMACAE makes available to its clients a consultancy service that helps to improve the management of contractors when there are concurrency in any of its types:

  • Between contract and Subcontracts
  • Between the holding company and the contract that alters the risks in the work center
  • Among several companies that modify and aggravate, mutually, the risks of safety and health

When is there an activity in coordination of business activities?

The law does not clearly collect it and there are two streams that interpret it differently:

  • In a limited way that the activity itself occurs only when it happens in the production cycle.
  • In an extensive way that incorporates all those activities that are not the Core business of the main company.

What are the differences between titular and main businessman?, what are their obligations?

The titular entrepreneur, "is the person who has the capacity to make available and manage the work center", however, the principal entrepreneur, "is the entrepreneur who hires or subcontracts with others carrying out works or services corresponding to the own activity and that they develop in their own work centre. "

In the latter case, the obligation to inform is inherent whenever there is concurrence between two companies, or between the risks of the centre, the preventive measures in force and those of emergency. Moreover, the obligation will be enlarged and it will also be necessary to monitor compliance with the prevention regulations and to have established the necessary means of coordination.

How to coordinate with foreign companies?

As in almost everything, it must be said that it depends. The law establishes different types of displacement of workers according to the origin of the worker.

  • Displacement carried out by undertakings established or exercising their activity in a Member State of the EU or EEA
  • Displacement of workers coming from countries other than those of the European Union or European Economic Area

CTAIMACAE is an advanced software in the cloud for the management of contractors companies, is available in 6 languages and has been successfully implemented in 9 countries guaranteeing legal compliance in the field of occupational risk prevention and the coordination of Business activities.

How is the coordination of business activities with self-employed workers when there is concurrence?

The first thing to keep in mind when conducting business coordination with self-employed workers is to review their obligations in the prevention of occupational hazards:

  • Duty of cooperation. The self-employed person shall cooperate by informing the employer of the risks inherent in his activity
  • Duty of information. The information must be made before the start of the activities, when there is any change or any emergency situation.
  • Duty of instruction. The self-employed worker shall receive the instructions for the prevention of risks and the measures to be applied when an emergency situation occurs, from the owner, principal or contractor.

How do you comply with the duty of cooperation in CAE?

Co-operation in coordination of business activities implies the main company and the contractor company and entails compliance with the following keys:

Contractor companies:

  1. To report the risks of their activity that may affect the other companies with whom they coincide in the work center. Once the owner owns this information, they must:
    • Develop or modify the risk assessment
    • Communicate to your workers relevant information and instructions
    • Establish the necessary means of coordination

Holding companies:

  1. To ensure the legal fulfillment of the duties of both parties through the documentary exchange. Such documentation must be kept and accessible, at the disposal of the competent labour authority.
  2. Ensure the correct application of business activities and the reduction of risks through the joint adoption of preventive measures following concurrent risk analysis
  3. The delivery of specific instructions
  4. The means of coordination can be exchange of information between companies, regular meetings, joint meetings in the security committees, jointly adopting preventive measures, persons in charge of coordination, etc.

What are the essential documents in CAE?

The documents that the work inspection will require in the event of a work accident are as follows:

  • SpA Research Report (in case of accident)
  • Concert with the Foreign prevention service if you have it, joint or verification of the own prevention service.
  • Risk assessment of the job, both staff and in case the worker belongs to a contract. In this case, the risk assessment must take into account the concurrence.
  • Evaluation of the machines and equipment and if they have the corresponding marking and all the documentation in order.
  • Accident Health surveillance document.
  • Information and training received by the employee regarding the prevention of risks in the company and the implicit work of his activity.
  • Safe-documented work procedure.
  • Preventive measures taken in the evaluations and their scheduling-execution. Certification of the correct maintenance of the machine or installation.

Is the APT medical compulsory in the CAE?

In principle it is not obligatory for a matter of data protection and right to privacy. However, there are exceptions in certain sectors such as surveillance and security. The important thing, according to a judgement of the Supreme Court, is that it is for the physical integrity or health of the rest of the workers and therefore it must be proven that the person who will carry out this work is in full condition.